QSL

receiver and antennas
receiving examples


station:

Position [GG.MM.SS]:lat N51.39.36,45 lon E6.57.51,51 37 m above zero
Receiver:JRC NRD 545
Converter:own, 40 Hz - 112 kHz
aerial 40 Hz - 112 kHz:2 x inductive, active, +3 - +33 dB, with round-characteristic
aerial 10 kHz - 120 MHz:active, own, -6.3 dB, short, thick ground-plane
aerial 10 kHz - 120 MHz:active, own, -9.3 dB, short cross-dipole
aerial 100 MHz - 2 GHz (3 GHz):active, own, 16 dB + 7-11 dBi, vertical
aerial 137.5 MHz:resonance +3 dB, own, +23 dB Amp., Turnstyle with reflector, round-characteristic, circ. left and right

Receiving Examples:

[Sound of MFS60] Rugby, Great Britan, 60 kHz, received with the VLF-converter and the NRD 545 at CW 60 kHz
[Sound of HBG75] Prangins, Swiss, 75 kHz, received with the VLF-converter and the NRD 545 at LSB 76 kHz
[Sound of DCF77] Mainflingen, Germany, 77.5 kHz, received with the VLF-converter and the NRD 545 at USB 76.5 kHz
[Sound of RWM4996] Moskow, Russia, 4996 kHz, received with NRD 545 at USB 4995,0 kHz
[Sound of Navy HWU] Rosnay, France, 18.3 kHz, received with NRD 545 and VLF-converter at USB 18.3 kHz


DDH3, DDK3, DDK6, 3855 kHz, 7880 kHz, 13882.5 kHz, F1C Shift +-425 Hz, 11th April 2006 Test


DDH3, DDK3, DDK6, 3855 kHz, 7880 kHz, 13882.5 kHz, F1C Shift +-425 Hz, 12th July 2004



DDH47 147.3 kHz RTTY F1B 50 Baud Shift +-42.5 Hz, 1st February 2004

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